Forth, Tyne, Dogger, Humber: A cruising guide from Blakney to St Abbs Head
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A cruising guide from Blakney to St Abbs Head
The past four editions of Tidal Havens of the Wash and Humber have become the standard yachtsman's pilot guide to the area between the marsh ports of North Norfolk and the Humber estuary. Forth, Tyne, Dogger, Humber now includes the fifth edition of this acclaimed work, together with Cook's Country, a wholly original guide to the uniquely scenic and historic coasts of North Yorkshire and Northumberland. The author's fascinating personal insights complement accurate, up-to-date information on all aspects of this stretch of coastline, making this omnibus an essential addition to any sailing library.
Henry Irving sails regularly to the Norfolk coast, and also frequently visits the low-lying Humber havens and rugged harbours of the Yorkshire and Northumberland coasts. He now lives in Hull. Contents: Prefaces; Tidal Havens of the Wash and Humber: Prefaces; Blakeney Harbour; Wells-next-the-Sea; Burnham Overy; Brancaster Harbour; Thornham; King's Lynn; Wisbech; Boston & Fosdyke; Wainfleet Haven; Saltfleet; Tetney; Grimsby; East Halton Skitter; New Holland; Barrow-upon-Humber; Barton-upon-Humber; Ferriby Sluice; Winteringham Haven; Behind the Humber; Broomfleet; Brough; Hessle; Hull; Hedon Haven; Stone Creek; Tidal streams; Distances and tidal information; Cook's Country: Preface; Southern approaches; Spurn; The Holderness coast; Bridlington; Yorkshire coast anchorages; Scarborough; Whitby; Staithes; The Tees; Hartlepool; Seaham; Sunderland; The Tyne; Seaton Sluice; Blyth; Amble; Northumberland coast anchorages; Seahouses; The Farne Islands; Farne Island Passages; The Inner Sound; The Staple Sound; Farne Island anchorages; Lindisfarne; Berwick-upon-Tweed, Eyemouth; Small Berwickshire Harbours; Northern departures; Distances and tidal information